England vs Pakistan 2021, third ODI: Preview – Pitch Report, Taking part in Mixture & Match Prediction


The Edgbaston Cricket Floor in Birmingham is able to host the third and last One-Day Worldwide (ODI) of the continuing three-match sequence between England and Pakistan on Tuesday (July 13).

The house staff is forward within the sequence with 2-0 after crushing the guests within the first ODI by 9 wickets, adopted by a 52-run triumph within the second match. The Ben Stokes-led facet will look to win one other recreation to finish the clear sweep in opposition to Pakistan.

Alternatively, Babar Azam & Co. will look to register a comfort victory after dropping the ODI sequence badly.

Pitch report:

The observe at Edgbaston gives good assist to quick bowlers. The facet motion from the pitch puzzles the batsmen. 230 is the typical rating in 63 ODIs performed at this venue.

Taking part in Mixture:


Regardless of the absence of star gamers, England have already sealed the sequence, and they’ll now hope to whitewash the vacationers. With a view to file a clear sweep, it’s extremely unlikely that Stokes would alter the successful mixture.

Attainable XI: Ben Stokes (c), Philip Salt, Dawid Malan, Zak Crawley, James Vince, John Simpson (wk), Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton, Brydon Carse, Saqib Mahmood, Matthew Parkinson.


In each the matches that Pakistan misplaced, their batting has been the foremost disappointment. Regardless of the constant failures, the top-order is more likely to stay unchanged. With a view to cope with the middle-order downside, Pakistan have an possibility like Sarfaraz Ahmed, and he might change Sohaib Maqsood within the enjoying XI.

PAK XI: Babar Azam (c), Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Saud Shakeel, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, Sohaib Maqsood/Sarfaraz Ahmed.

Match prediction:

Case 1:

  • England win the toss and bowl first
  • Powerplay rating: 40-50
  • Pakistan complete: 200-220

Case 2:

  • Pakistan win the toss and bowl first
  • Powerplay rating: 50-60
  • England complete: 240-260

England to win the competition.